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12 items from 2014


20 TV Shows to Watch While You Wait for 'Sherlock' to Return

2 December 2014 8:00 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

"Sherlock" may not return for its fourth season until -- say it ain't so -- 2017, due to the hectic film schedules of in-demand stars Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman. In the meantime, you can rewatch all three seasons and soon you can binge on Cumberbatch in "The Imitation Game" and Freeman in "The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies." But what then?

If you're craving more veddy British crime solving, you don't have far to look. Here are some of the best series the BBC (and ITV) has to offer, with private detectives, psychiatrists, cops, spies, and forensic pathologists all cracking cases, catching criminals and drinking lots of tea.

1. "Sherlock Holmes" (1984-1994)

If it's more Sherlock you crave (and not just Mr. Cumberbatch), then you must see Jeremy Brett's intensely intellectual (and equally arrogant) period-appropriate take on the legendary detective. This Watson is also solid, especially in "The House of the Baskervilles. »

- Sharon Knolle

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TV Review: Masterpiece’s ‘Death Comes To Pemberley’

23 October 2014 7:00 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

A “Pride and Prejudice” sequel/murder mystery? That alone should be a sufficient come-on to rouse English-lit majors and awaken “Masterpiece” viewers, but “Death Comes to Pemberley” — a two-part movie adapted from P.D. James’ novel — has the extra advantage of being perfectly cast and extremely entertaining, even for those who might need a Jane Austen refresher course. The whodunit, frankly, takes a backseat to simply luxuriating in the atmosphere, as Anna Maxwell Martin and “The Americans’” Matthew Rhys portray one of literature’s most famous couples, with Matthew Goode as Wickham, the amiable rogue who nearly came between them.

The story begins six years after the aristocratic Darcy (Rhys) swept the poor Elizabeth (Maxwell Martin) off her feet, and she has become the lady at his sprawling estate. Of course, the path to true love in these environs is always complicated, though that discomfort here falls to Darcy’s sister »

- Brian Lowry

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Ten Best: Unforgettable Dracula Performances

1 October 2014 6:01 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Horror cinema has a long tradition of creating iconic characters and none more so than those borne in the early days of the genre: characters such as Frankenstein’s monster, the Mummy, the Creature from the Black Lagoon and, of course, Dracula – the king of horror. A character who, despite his many cinematic deaths, always returns to the silver screen for one more bite of flesh… As he does this week in Dracula Untold, which features Luke Evans as the evil Vlad Tepes.

With that in mind we thought we’d rundown the ten best unforgettable Dracula performances in cinema. Check them out below and let us know in the comments if you agree or disagree!

Christopher LeeDracula (1958)

Dracula (1958) is the first in the series of Hammer Horror films. Directed by Terence Fisher, Dracula (1958) stars Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Melissa Stribling, Carol Marsh and Michael Gough. Retitled Horror of Dracula »

- Phil Wheat

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Dracula (1979) is Coming to Blu-ray

26 June 2014 1:29 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

“He has walked through centuries untouched by time.” Such is life for Dracula, but his dogged pursuer Van Helsing is always looking to leave him with time’s permanent scar of death. The fanged fiend and his resourceful hunter have been portrayed by numerous actors over the decades, with Frank Langella and Laurence Olivier having played the duo in 1979. Now their portrayal of Dracula vs. Van Helsing is going to a higher definition with Universal Studios Home Entertainment’s Blu-ray release of 1979′s Dracula.

Dracula (1979) is getting its first North American Blu-ray release on September 2nd, flying into the night with a batch of bonus features that includes a feature-length commentary track.

Directed by John Badham, Dracula (1979) stars Frank Langella as the titular Count, Laurence Olivier as Abraham Van Helsing, Kate Nelligan as Lucy, Donald Pleasence as Dr. Jack Seward (Lucy’s father), Jan Francis as Mina, and Trevor Eve as Jonathan Harker. »

- Derek Anderson

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David Gyasi Exits Starring Role In New BBC One Crime Drama 'The Interceptor'. O.T. Fagbenle Will Replace

1 April 2014 8:32 AM, PDT | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

David Gyasi has dropped out of starring in the 8-episode BBC drama series The Interceptor, from Tony Saint. Gyasi, who was to play the lead in the drama project, will be replaced by fellow Brit O.T. Fagbenle (Doctor Who, EastEnders), according to UK TV news site, TV Wise. O.T. (Olatunde) joins a cast that also includes Trevor Eve, Jo Joyner, and Robert Lonsdale. The Interceptor follows a state of the art law enforcement team, known as Unit, whose mission is to hunt down Britain’s most dangerous and ruthless criminals.  O.T. will play Ash, a new recruit to the Unit, whose dream is to bring down the biggest of those criminals. Trevor Eve will play Roach, a ruthless »

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David Gyasi Exits Starring Role In New BBC One Crime Drama 'The Interceptor'. O.T. Fagbenle Will Replace

1 April 2014 8:32 AM, PDT | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

David Gyasi has dropped out of starring in the 8-episode BBC drama series The Interceptor, from Tony Saint. Gyasi, who was to play the lead in the drama project, will be replaced by fellow Brit O.T. Fagbenle (Doctor Who, EastEnders), according to UK TV news site, TV Wise. O.T. (Olatunde) joins a cast that also includes Trevor Eve, Jo Joyner, and Robert Lonsdale. The Interceptor follows a state of the art law enforcement team, known as Unit, whose mission is to hunt down Britain’s most dangerous and ruthless criminals.  O.T. will play Ash, a new recruit to the Unit, whose dream is to bring down the biggest of those criminals. Trevor Eve will play Roach, a ruthless criminal and Ash’s main target; Jo Joyner will play Ash’s wife; Robert Lonsdale will be Ash’s partner and best friend. Lorraine AshbourneAnna SkellernGary Beadle and »

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David Gyasi exits BBC One's The Interceptor due to injury

31 March 2014 6:37 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

David Gyasi has exited the cast of BBC One's The Interceptor.

The White Heat actor was due to play Ash in the eight-part hour-long drama from Strike Back writer Tony Saint.

However, he has been forced to leave the series due to a leg injury, the BBC confirmed today (March 31).

Looking actor Ot Fagbenie will now replace Gyasi in the role. Filming will continue in April in London.

Kate Harwood, Head of Drama Production England, said: "We're incredibly sorry to be losing David from The Interceptor.

"He's a very talented actor and we hope to find another opportunity to work with him again in the future. In the meantime, we're delighted that Ot Fagbenle has been able to join us and look forward to welcoming him on board."

Gyasi said: "I'm very disappointed to not be able to continue filming this role, but I look forward to working with the BBC in the future. »

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Is BBC1 on the right trail with Agatha Christie and its other new dramas?

3 March 2014 6:40 AM, PST | The Guardian - TV News | See recent The Guardian - TV News news »

Drama chief stresses need for breadth as he defends mix of classics and new work from Jimmy McGovern and others

If the answer is Agatha Christie, then what is the question? For the BBC, which revealed a new long-term partnership with the Christie estate last week, it was "how do we rejuvenate peaktime drama on BBC1?".

Whether Christie is the solution remains to be seen. It is a safe bet, no doubt, to turn to the woman described by the BBC's controller of drama commissioning Ben Stephenson as the "bestselling novelist in the world ever".

BBC1 has to be broad, as Stephenson was keen to point out at. But does it have to be safe? There's been no shortage of Christie on the box of late, nearly all of it (Poirot, Marple) on ITV.

It was also ITV which last adapted Christie's Tommy and Tuppence tales (in 1983, starring Francesca Annis »

- John Plunkett

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David Gyasi Will Topline New BBC One Crime Drama Series 'The Interceptor'

28 February 2014 8:25 AM, PST | ShadowAndAct | See recent ShadowAndAct news »

David Gyasi has joined the cast of the new 8-episode BBC drama series The Interceptor, from Tony Saint. Gyasi will play the lead in the drama project, and will be joined by Trevor Eve, Jo Joyner, and Robert Lonsdale. The Interceptor follows a state of the art law enforcement team, known as Unit, whose mission is to hunt down Britain’s most dangerous and ruthless criminals.  David Gyasi will play Ash, a new recruit to the Unit, whose dream is to bring down the biggest of those criminals. Trevor Eve will play Roach, a ruthless criminal and Ash’s main target; Jo Joyner will play Ash’s wife; Robert Lonsdale will be Ash’s partner and best friend. Lorraine Ashbourne, Anna »

- Tambay A. Obenson

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David Gyasi Will Topline New BBC One Crime Drama Series 'The Interceptor'

28 February 2014 8:25 AM, PST | Indiewire Television | See recent Indiewire Television news »

David Gyasi has joined the cast of the new 8-episode BBC drama series The Interceptor, from Tony Saint. Gyasi will play the lead in the drama project, and will be joined by Trevor Eve, Jo Joyner, and Robert Lonsdale. The Interceptor follows a state of the art law enforcement team, known as Unit, whose mission is to hunt down Britain’s most dangerous and ruthless criminals.  David Gyasi will play Ash, a new recruit to the Unit, whose dream is to bring down the biggest of those criminals. Trevor Eve will play Roach, a ruthless criminal and Ash’s main target; Jo Joyner will play Ash’s wife; Robert Lonsdale will be Ash’s partner and best friend. Lorraine AshbourneAnna SkellernGary Beadle and Lee Boardman round out the cast. Luther helmer Farren Blackburn is attached to direct, with production scheduled to begin next month on location in London, »

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David Gyasi, EastEnders star Jo Joyner for BBC One's The Interceptor

28 February 2014 2:33 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

David Gyasi and EastEnders' Jo Joyner are to star in new BBC One series The Interceptor.

The eight-part hour-long drama, from Strike Back writer Tony Saint, will focus on the Unit - an elite surveillance team who track dangerous criminals.

White Heat actor Gyasi will play new recruit Ash, with Joyner cast as his feisty wife Lorna.

Trevor Eve will play Ash's ultimate target, the ruthless criminal Roach, with Anna Skellern, Lorraine Ashbourne and Ewan Stewart all playing members of the Unit team.

Completing the cast are EastEnders actor Gary Beadle and Coronation Street veteran Lee Boardman as criminals Docker and Xavier.

"I am simply thrilled to be working with this creative team and to be a part of this exciting new project," said series lead Gyasi.

The Interceptor - helmed by Luther director Farren Blackburn - starts filming next month in London and will air on BBC One in the autumn. »

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Nymphomaniac: One Night Stand, Keswick film festival: this week's film events

22 February 2014 12:00 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Nymphomaniac: One Night Stand | Keswick film festival | Borderlines film festival | Pan-Asia film festival

Nymphomaniac: One Night Stand, Nationwide

That Lars von Trier, he's a naughty one, eh? And befitting its subject matter, his latest grandiose provocation has been preceded by a prolonged foreplay-session of teaser trailers and titillating rumours. Now, for one night only, you can watch both halves of the movie back to back before it goes on release in two halves later this month. Despite being four hours long and sexually explicit, it's far from the sado-masochistic experience it sounds, with digressions into baroque music, fly fishing and dessert forks, and a steady procession of familiar faces including Uma Thurman, Christian Slater, Jamie Bell and Willem Dafoe. Afterwards, you'll be rewarded with a satellite Q&A, live from the Curzon Chelsea, in which three of the film's stars – Von Trier veteran Stellan Skarsgård and Britons Stacy Martin »

- Steve Rose

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